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This podcast is pragmatic, secular and makes complicated Buddhist principles easy to understand. Yeshe is a Buddhist monk. He is from England and teaches meditation, Buddhist philosophy and mindfulness. Yeshe spent several years in a monastery in the foothills of the Himalayas teaching young monks basic Buddhist philosophy and meditation. He now offers teachings freely to all in a manner that is unpretentious and clear. He does not demand students to blindly accept what he says, but instead ...
 
The Imperfect Buddha podcast explores the world of contemporary Western Buddhism mixing in banter with analysis, no holds barred discussion, and guest interviews. We shun Ted style talks in favour of in-depth discussion and interviews that have room to breathe. The podcast has a host site which features articles and essays on contemporary Western Buddhism, as well as show notes for each episode. Follow the link to find out more: http://imperfectbuddha.com The podcast is sponsored by O'Connel ...
 
RKINA is the North American office of Rissho Kosei-Kai in Japan. We are a global Buddhist movement of everyday people, who wish to apply the Buddhist teachings in our daily lives. By studying basic buddhist concepts and the Lotus Sutra, we cultivate our hearts and mind, practicing the bodhisattva way to bring peace to our families, communities, countries, and to the world. www.rkina.org
 
Change Your Destiny Through Reciting Buddhist Scriptures, Practicing Life Liberation & Making Great Vows 改变您的命运通过三大法宝:念经、许愿、放生 “卢军宏台长”所弘扬的“心灵法门”解决了许多医学上都无法根治的疑难杂症,许多自闭症的孩子、痴呆的老人、癌症的病人都被治愈。 观世音菩萨普度众生,大慈大悲,台长走这条路线的方向,不是要到处宣传自己,而是实实在在、默默无闻的在救度众生,让每一家庭都好,让每个人的心灵都好。 “卢台长”免费为人指点迷津,替信众治疗心理病,找到病因后,就教他们念经,台长所提倡的念经、许愿、放生,是教导众生行善的行为,并没有鼓吹迷信之嫌。 在“心灵法门”的书籍之中,有多少人被一生判死刑、有多少人在感情、事业、家庭深受折磨,念经后都得到了改变。“心灵法门”就是帮助他们脱离苦海的神医良药。凡是认真按照“卢台长”的指导去做的人,都有了很大程度的受益和体会。
 
The Gyalwang Karmapa is the head of the Karma Kagyu lineage of Tibetan Buddhism and a guide to millions of buddhists around the world. This podcast is dedicated to bringing you selected teachings and talks on buddhist philosophy, meditation, the environment, happiness and much more. Subscribe in iTunes to be notified of new releases.
 
I am a lay Shin Buddhist who relies on Amida but also appreciates the broader range of Mahayana teachings. FYI, I have a Buddhist YouTube channel called “acalaacala” with many sutra recitation uploads and various commentaries. I also have a secondary YouTube channel with the same name as this podcast to which I have uploaded a complete inventory of podcast episodes in video format. That includes those less viewed episodes that have been deleted from this audio-based platform. Namu Amida Buts! 🙏
 
Duda is a spiritual teacher, life coach and therapist. She incorporates the Buddhist wisdom into her work with clients who want to overcome painful emotions, learn new perspectives and gain long-lasting life-satisfaction. If you tried conventional therapy and felt something is missing, this channel is for you. We explore the mind, body and spirit connection to our experiences in simple terms. We can only truly heal and break the pattern of unwanted behaviour if we understand the root cause o ...
 
n these turbulent times it is important to understand how effective social action and the Buddhist practices of wise speech, embodied awareness and right action complement one another. Virtuous conduct, sīla, depends upon a Buddhist practitioner's ability to comprehend and enact right view: impermanence, not-self and the causes of suffering and non-suffering. This talk clarifies how to hold the precepts while boldly, fearlessly engaging in social action.
 
This series includes talks about the 12 Steps and Buddhism. Many of the talks are by Judith Ragir, a Zen teacher from Minnesota who studied with Dainin Katagiri Roshi for many years and who has been in recovery for over 40 years. Other talks are from individuals who participated in, or who co-led, retreats on the 12 Steps and Buddhism that Judith organized. For more info, visit www.judithragir.org.
 
We are no longer receiving payments from Anchor Sponsors, so we are asking For Listener Support Please Support Our Podcast!!! Click Here or copy to your browser: anchor.fm/theenthusiasts/support Extremely digestible & insightful. Podcast of amateur enthusiasts of Philosophy, Eastern Philosophy, Zen Buddhism, Existentialism, New Age Philosophers, and many others. Right now our focus is on Alan Watts, & the philosophies discussed in his many lectures. Get Your Business Credit Reports & scores ...
 
Born in China in 1918, Venerable Master Shen Kai devoted his life to carrying out his compassionate vows of bringing us wisdom of the Buddha's teachings. He tirelessly travelled internationally answering requests for Dharma talks, wrote many books on Buddhist practice, and founded Jen Chen Buddhism centres, foundations and publishing houses in many countries. But the Venerable never sought fame or gain. He was a simple monk whose ways struck a powerful chord with people. He explained the pro ...
 
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Asian and Buddhist and living in America: Does any of that matter? Those focussed in on practice and not much else regarding Buddhism might proclaim a resounding no. Others, all too aware of the tendency of western practitioners to ignore culture, and Buddhism beyond the meditation cushion might instead bellow forth with a resounding yes! Whatever …
 
Join me as I share my struggle finding some peace in the midst of the uncertainties that have chased us from 2020 into 2021. Despite our urge to run, hide, strike out, or curl up in a ball, as Buddhists we need to remember that the Buddha never promised a rose garden. The Buddha never promised an ordered universe. He said life is suffering because …
 
Tarapalita, Dharmasara and SImharava are once again gathered to talk about what's fundamental in Buddhism: This time it's Mindfulness! Wanna relax with some soothing Meditations? Nono, Buddhism says that Mindfulness is the way to the Deathless, the unmindful are like the dead, so you better prepare for that journey! They also talk about the fear th…
 
In this verse, the Buddha says that the greatest corruption is ignorance. Ignorance is an unknowing; it is not knowing something. What is it that we do not know that is our greatest corruption because it is the underlying cause of all our suffering and confusion? It is ignorance of the way things actually exist as opposed to the way they appear. It…
 
Compassion is the third of the four immeasurables and it is an understanding that the world is full of suffering, and a heartfelt wish that this suffering will come to an end or at least lessen—for ourselves and others.Through compassion, the fact that everyone is suffering remains vivid in our minds. Everyone is suffering, so everyone deserves it.…
 
This episode is a recording of the Lotus Sutra Lecture, given on Dec. 13, 2020, by Dominick Scarangello, PhD, specializing in early-modern and modern Japanese religions. Currently, he is an international advisor for Rissho Kosei-kai. The lecture is an adaptation from Dr. Scarangello's article in the Dharma World Magazine, Autumn 2019, Vol.46. https…
 
Happy New Year to one and all and welcome to this new season (proper) of the Imperfect Buddha Podcast. Focussed on practice, this season engages Buddhist teachers, long-term practitioners, and creative innovators engaged in the practising life. Interspersed with regular interviews, this practice focussed season finally gets the podcast off of the c…
 
We are joined this week by SImharava! A good friend of ours and dedicated practicioner. She brings us a poem about a Golden Flower, a metaphor for the spiritual Community, which is a practice in itself in Buddhism. Together we discuss what Friendship and Love means to us, but we also reflect on how Institutions can work as a way of securing the Ins…
 
Within the Four NobleTruths, Buddha taught the method to end suffering, which is the Eightfold Path. The Eightfold Path has three areas of focus: moral discipline, mental discipline, and wisdom. In almost all his discourses when teaching directly to people, Buddha included the Eightfold path. In this verse, Buddha is giving an explanation on moral …
 
In this episode we are continuing our "How I'm Coping" series but with a bit of a different twist. I've brought together two podcast listeners who expressed a different perspective on how they are coping with the pandemic. Both of them come to their current coping abilities through previous "practice" as people with serious long-term health issues.…
 
In this Episode, Tarapalita and Dharmasara are exploring different Buddhist quotes around Art, Beauty and Meditation. What does Medusa have to do with flapping fish and the Mind? Find out in this week's podcast about the ferocity of Beauty, the overwhelming power of the mind and the Buddhist view on why we are in this mess in the first place.…
 
The second of the four immeasurables is kind-heartedness. This is not about how we feel, but about how we relate to these feelings. It invites us to drop our habitual patterns of reactivity and to free ourselves from emotional habits which serve neither ourselves nor anyone else.Sometimes our goodwill only covers people that are useful, pleasing or…
 
卢台长【精彩开示】投机取巧学佛只会离佛法越来越远《 20120820 新加坡 世界佛友见面会》 by “卢台长” Master Jun Hong LuBởi “卢台长” Master Jun Hong Lu
 
In this podcast, we'll explore finding ways to say "thank you" in this time of loss, fear, despair, and uncertainty. I take some time reflecting on the Buddhist teachings of the gift of our "precious human life." Our lives are a gift. We did not plan, arrange, or have any control in making our births happen. We were gifted them. And, for that gift,…
 
What is joyous perseverance (effort)? “When you have focused upon something virtuous, joyous perseverance is enthusiasm for it. Engaging in the Bodhisattva Deeds says: What is joyous perseverance? It is delight in virtue. The Bodhisattva Levels explains it as a flawless state of mind that is enthusiastic about accumulating virtue and working for th…
 
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